The CTSI Grant Library currently has 137 successful award applications that are accessible to all CTSI investigators and designees, and is actively growing. It has 801 active users so far. Sample application types include: F32, K01, K08, K23, K24, K25, K76, K99/R00, R01, R03, R21, diversity supplements, U54, Loan Payment Program, and Burroughs Wellcome Fund.  Principal investigators of successfully funded grants have contributed their grant proposals to the CTSI for online sharing. Users request access to the library and use a UCLA Logon ID which can be obtained without a UCLA affiliation. This secure web-based platform allows trainees to view the grant proposals online, but also prevents users from copying, downloading, or sharing the proposals outside of the platform. Thus, principal investigators can provide their successful grant knowing that their proposal will not be disseminated further without their permission. The online grant library is a fully searchable tool and allows users to quickly access different aspects or sections of a grant proposal. The successful grants library is an important resource for junior faculty and other trainees in writing their first K or R grant. K Scholars who are successful in obtaining extramural support will be asked to submit their proposals to the successful grants library.

For more information, or to request access to the Grant Library, please visit the Grants Library webpage.

Last updated
January 31, 2024